As successful patient management expands to meet digital and lifestyle engagement needs and care continuity demands, technology should enable the transition without adding administrative burden.
When it comes to telemedicine services, the primary factor affecting reimbursements is legal policy.
Despite the benefits of telehealth to consumers, laws designed to protect state healthcare providers and patients often stand in the way.
Healthcare providers engaged in providing telemedicine services must carefully navigate numerous regulatory obstacles.
As more practices consider offering telemedicine, both the big picture and the small details matter.
The policies, technology, security, and reimbursement guidelines a practice needs in place to make telemedicine work